Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all having a wonderful Sunday. It’s blistering hot here and has been for days. We’re hoping this heat doesn’t bring any tornadoes our way. My poor dog doesn’t even want to be outside and he loves it out there there normally. Yesterday he went out to do some business and there’s a section on the sidewalk that goes from shade to sun. He put one paw on the other side with every intention of taking a stroll to the back gate – stopped, turned around, looked at me, and headed back for the shady part of the yard. lol – It was funny the way he looked at me – like it was my fault it was hot on his paw.
Anyhow, last night a friend and I went for a walk along our River Valley and I took a few pictures to share with you. The first is in the direction of the river that runs through the valley – you can just see it in this picture. Below is a beautiful golf course that runs all along the bank. The second picture is the skyline in the opposite direction with a view of the High Level Bridge. It was just beautiful there although really hot. There’s a bit of a path that goes down kind of into the valley and it’s a nice stroll to take. You can click on the pictures for an enlarged and better look.
Then, what would a Sunday be without your Sunday dose of Buddy. As you can very clearly see in the first picture he was none to happy about being photographed. I told him all his fans wanted to see him on my blog and he was a little more cooperative. This is his pretty new blue collar that I was talking about last week and a bit of a hair cut. I still need new clippers. I bought a new pair and they were useless so I have to take them back and do some more shopping. So these are still the old ones and they weren’t doing a bang-up job at all other than ticking my dog off. I think they may have been pulling on his fur a little bit.
Other than that, nothing too exciting has been happening because it’s been too hot. I’ve gotten a lot of reading done lately. I just finished Summer House by Nancy Thayer yesterday and it was quite good. Has anyone read it? I’ll have my review of it up tomorrow. Today I plan on finishing up Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella and starting Pope Joan by Donna Woolfolk Cross. Twenties Girl is quite good and I’m really looking forward to Pope Joan.
So, what’s everyone up to this Sunday? Doing anything exciting with your families or just relaxing with a book? Whatever you have planned for your day I hope it’s a wonderful one!